I may have some free time from work soon. If I do and my yard dries up I want to get electrical and water out to my pool for future use when I build the deck.
The electrical and water will need to go roughly 80-90í.
When I built my house I had the electrician put two dedicated circuits on the back where my kitchen is. Both wires are in 1 box right Now. 1 wire is capped off. I put a gfi on the other wire. The only thing plugged in right now is a touch faucet for my sink. My plan is to leave the one gfi and also run that one wire to the pool for future led lights and tv, etc. The other wire will run straight to the pump.
I donít know electrical at all. I do have a buddy that does electrical so hopefully Iím fine.
When I built my house I had the plumber put me hot and cold spigots by my outdoor kitchen. It also needs to run the 80í or so. How would you guys go about running Water lines off the hot and cold water spigots? Right now I just have a T on each the hot and cold and running 3í water hoses to my sink. My plan is to keep hot and cold to the sink and run hot and cold out to the pool.
I had the plumber put a high and low output which is right next to the water. Right now I have it hooked to a boiling pot and a bbq pit. Iím not sure Iíll ever use it on the deck and whether itís worth it. It would be best to just do it now so I donít have to tear the yard back up at a later date. So Iím still undecided on it.
In the picture below
Red- screened in porch with a tv. 9í x 30í
Blue- open kitchen with cover. 9í X 12í
Both the red and blue are on a slab with a cover over the entire 9í x 42
Purple- 33í x 54Ē above ground pool
Yellow- utility sink
Green - electrical box by sink that I want to go out to the pool.
Orange- water spigots.
So. Any advice, doís, dontís, etc? Preferred size pipes for water and electrical etc? Any I wish I did this or that?